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Samsung Galaxy Note 8 New Leaks Showing its Front

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While we wait for Samsung to announce the Galaxy Note 8 (which may happen on August 23, according to the latest rumor on the matter), more and more stuff regarding the phone is leaking. Various leaks showing both the back and the front of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. Yesterday a tech tipster has posted on his Twitter page images that allegedly show the front of the upcoming phablet, though we’re only treated to a view of its front.

While the bezels are black in all three renders, there are three different UI themes showcased. So these three Note8 units might actually have different hues – but, just as it did with the Galaxy S8 and S8+, it looks like Samsung is going to make the front black regardless of color version.

One rather famous Chinese leakster claims these images do in fact portray the Galaxy Note8 in all its glory, so make of that what you wish. We obviously can’t guarantee that these renders are the real deal.

Compared to the S8+, the screen curves seem to be less pronounced, while the panel will surely be branded an Infinity Display this time around too. It’s been rumored to be 6.3″ in size, diagonally, which would make it marginally bigger than the one in the S8+.

The Galaxy Note8 should be powered by the same chipset combo as that device, namely the Snapdragon 835 in some markets and Samsung’s Exynos 8895 in others. 6GB of RAM will be on board, along with dual 12 MP rear cameras and a 3,300 mAh battery.

Previously another leak from Samsung’s Exynos surfacing the internet, Exynos chipsets has tweeted out the image you can see below. It’s obviously a small commercial for the Exynos 8895 SoC, which powers some versions of the Galaxy S8 and S8+, and is also widely expected to be inside the Note 8. It was considering as i official image showing off the looks of the Galaxy Note 8.

While this rumor doesn’t say anything about the unveiling date, according to rumors it would be August 23. A release of the phone at some point in September following an August 23 announcement definitely seems plausible enough.

 

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